“Don’t wear those boots. They are pretty, save them. You might need them someday.” Me This thought stopped me in my tracks, “What dumb kind of logic is that?” No, really, what kind of ridiculous logic is that? What is in the dark cervices where my ego lurks to send forth such backwards logic? Yesterday … Continue reading Prosperity Fight Club
Barbara Walters would end interviews by asking her guest what tree he/she would be if he/she was a tree. I doubt anyone ever said Bur Oak. Being an outdoor person came in handy in the summer of COVID. One friend and I met every Wednesday to walk in Edwin Warner Park in Nashville. Our weekly … Continue reading If You Were A Tree…
Shimmering light reflected on golden leaves is ABUNDANCE.The shimmering light is always present on each one of us. It is felt when we are in nature, dancing, creating or any other way that connects us to Source.
I just deleted another email from a well meaning soul offering a workshop to help me find my purpose. I smiled as I hit delete. I once would have considered this workshop. I remember wishing someone would just TELL ME my purpose. I thought it would make things so much easier. Now I’m glad I … Continue reading PURPOSE
“The quality of life is in proportion, always, to the capacity for delight. The capacity for delight is the gift of paying attention.” Julie Cameron As soon as I crested the top of the hill in the deep shadows not yet touched by the sun of a new day, I sensed movement to my left. … Continue reading Heron Stalker
Chaturanga Dandasana is responsible for changing the way I practice yoga and leading me to begin to study more about the roots of yoga. I came to yoga in my late 40’s to help heal my body after years of misusing my body through incorrect alignment, misuse of muscles and storing emotions rather than feel them. … Continue reading Know Your Why
I was in my 40’s before I had to cross a suspended bridge. I did not like it. I still don’t like it. This is why I have a rule, if I pass one, even if it is not on the trial I am on, I have to cross walk across the bridge because I … Continue reading Go On or Miss Out
The summer before 5th grade my family moved from Mammoth Cave National Park to Zion National Park. For a family of native Kentuckians, Utah was not only a change of scenery, it was also a culture shock. Zion in an isolated area. In 1976 Southern Utah that was practically all Mormon. This was particularly apparent … Continue reading Zion, Culture Shock & a Podcast